• December 07, 2010

JAL Opens First Class Lounge at Narita Airport Terminal 2 Satellite Building

Tokyo, December 7, 2010: Japan Airlines will open its JAL First Class Lounge on the 3rd level of the Satellite building of Narita International Airport’s passenger terminal 2 on December 8, 2010.


JAL First Class Lounge has long been established at the main building of terminal 2 at Narita Airport. A review of the plans to improve customer service and to sharpen JAL’s competitive edge has led to the creation of another JAL First Class Lounge at the Satellite building, where eligible passengers departing on flights from gates 81-88 and 91-99 can now use at leisure till nearer the boarding time. With this latest development, First Class and Sakura lounges are now available at both the main and satellite building while the First Class Lounge and Sakura Lounge Annex* on the 4th floor of the main building will be closed from December 7, 2010.


The new lounge has a magnificent view of the aircraft parking. Its interior design utilizes dark wood and soft lighting to create an inviting atmosphere of prestige and refined taste. In terms of meal services, it offers the same comprehensive menu and exclusive dining area as the First Class Lounge in the main building. Among the appetizing dishes, customers can enjoy JAL lounges’ acclaimed beef curry rice which was mentioned in Monocle Magazine’s Top Travel Fifty 2009/2010, and freshly-baked bread from reputable French bakery Maison Kaiser. Japan’s leading and most experienced wine advisor, Fumiko Arisaka creates the finest wine selection to satisfy the palates of our esteemed customers at the First Class Lounge.


For relaxation, the First Class Lounge in the Satellite building will also be equipped with shower facilities, massage chairs in a designated relaxation corner, as well as complimentary soothing massages offered by a resident professional masseuse - features of JAL’s lounges that are highly-appraised, especially by customers on transit at Narita Airport.



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For business travelers needing to work on the go, the lounge also offers an environment conducive for work, including PC power outlets in many locations in the lounge, and free-of-charge wireless and cable internet access.


Eligibility: JAL Mileage Bank (JMB) Diamond / JAL Global Club (JBC) Diamond / Customers traveling on JAL First Class / oneworld Emerald card holders


NOTE: Sakura Lounge Annex was used by other contracted airlines. Please contact each carrier for more details on their service.





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